Definition of Haloids

1. Noun. (plural of haloid) ¹



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Definition of Haloids

1. haloid [n] - See also: haloid

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Haloids

halogenate
halogenated
halogenates
halogenating
halogenation
halogenations
halogenoderma
halogenous
halogens
halogetons
halohydric
halohydrin
halohydrins
halohydroxylation
haloid
haloids (current term)
haloimide
haloimides
haloing
halolike
halomancy
halometer
halometers
halomethane
halomethanes
halomethyl
halomethyls
halomorphic
halon
halones

Literary usage of Haloids

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1. Introduction to the Study of Minerals: A Combined Textbook and Pocket Manual by Austin Flint Rogers (1912)
"Comparatively few haloids occur in nature, but several of them are very common minerals. The haloid minerals may be assembled in two groups. ..."

2. Manual of Chemistry: A Guide to Lectures and Laboratory Work for Beginners by William Simon (1895)
"The four elements, fluorine, chlorine, bromine, and iodine, which form a natural group of elements, are known us haloids or halogens. ..."

3. Mineralogy: An Introduction to the Study of Minerals and Crystals by Edward Henry ( Kraus, Walter Fred Hunt (1920)
"Also used as yellow ocher, burnt umber, and sienna in paints. 4. haloids The following are the four most important halogen minerals. ..."

4. The World's Minerals by Leonard James Spencer, William David Hamman (1916)
"CHAPTER VII THE haloids THE chemical elements fluorine, chlorine, bromine, and iodine are known collectively as halogens, and the compounds, or salts, ..."

5. The Chemistry of Photography by Raphael Meldola (1901)
"Action of the Spectrum on the Silver haloids.—Concurrent Reversal in Mixtures.—Reversal in the Spectrum under various Conditions.—Reversal in Solutions of ..."

6. Report of the Annual Meeting (1896)
"The Production of haloids from Pure Materials.—Interim Report of a Committee, consisting of Professor HE ARMSTRONG, Professor WR DUNSTAN, Mr. CH BOTHAMLEY, ..."

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